Toledo Community Boathouses

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    5 thoughts on “Toledo Community Boathouses

    • Sandy Lam 11 months ago

      I love this so much! Are you guys familiar with The Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle?

      • Joe Novello 11 months ago

        We are – several of our members have gone there multiple times through the years.

        • Sandy Lam 11 months ago

          Lovely! It always has such a special place in my heart. The Toledo Boathouses sound very similar, would love to visit sometime.

      • Keith Korporaal 11 months ago

        Hi Sandy, yes to that question! I had the pleasure of meeting Dick & Colleen back in the mid-70’s. The pleasure included attending one of their first organizing meetings for the Center in their comfortable living room, in their floating home. What a pleasure! As a stranger from San Diego, I never really felt that way with the Wagners. Over time, the pleasure just kept getting better, as I was able to sail a few of the many boats of theirs that were to be used at the Center. One of the few challenges of sailing on Lake Union was to avoid the float plane landing “strip”! The memories of sailing one of Dick’s Norwegian Rana’s is difficult to beat… really, does it get any better? Thank you to Colleen & Dick’s foresight!

        • Sandy Lam 11 months ago

          Hi Keith sorry I missed your comment I’m just seeing it now. I love that you were there for the very first time! The stories we always hear are so heartwarming. The Wagners were truly such special people. I never got to meet Dick since he passed right before I started working at CWB, but I got to work with Colleen and so grateful for everything I learned from her.

          The float planes issue is still ongoing but always a fun challenge.